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Fall 2001, Vol. 4, No. 3

From the Editor: The Civil Religion Goes to War
by Mark Silk

Religion After 9-11:

Good for What Ails Us
Journalists keep the faith in a time of crisis. 
by Andrew Walsh

Falwell and Robertson Stumble
Two paladins of the religious right go too far. 
by Michael E. Naparstek

Islam is Everywhere
The good, the bad, and the ambiguous. 
by Mark Silk

Pacifism on the Record
The peace churches donít all speak with one voice. 
by Dennis R. Hoover

When Our Allies Persecute
The war against terrorism undercuts U.S. efforts to promote religious freedom around the world. 
by T. Jeremy Gunn

No Bad Sects in France 
Why the French government passed a new law "for the Prevention and Suppression of Cultic Movements." 
by Benjamin-Hugo LeBlanc

The Stem Cell Conundrum
Integrating the religious perspective in the debate over stem cell research. 
by Ronald M. Green

Gain, No Pain
An evangelistís bestseller lifts up an Old Testament worthy who asked the Lord for more. 
by Andrew Chase Baker

On the Beat: Covering Religion in Hard Times
The religion beat escapes deep cuts in the first round of corporate contraction.
by Andrew Walsh

Letter to the Editor and Reply


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